The modular upholstered furniture system Affair can now also be ordered with high back modules (128 cm). Vertical design elements supplement the existing modules; the previous model includes basic modules either without backs or with a back height of 68.5 cm. The new upholstery elements and the base height of 4.5 cm mean that seat heights of 47 cm are now achievable. So Affair can be used for meeting and lounge areas, or for all seated dining or working areas where a table is present.
"The high elements have been created in order to be able to divide rooms more clearly,” explains designer Uwe Fischer. ,,They combine to create enclosed pods, quiet zones or room dividers and offer planners more design options.” The new modules are functionally usable from both sides. The user sits enclosed on the inside, able to focus on working or discussions. On the outside, the rear shelving units, used throughout or partially, turn the back area into a counter area, which can be extended by using barstools. The new panels can be supplied in individual colours and invisibly mounted. A practical interior hook allows the hanging of jackets, bags or other paraphernalia. "And the DNA of the basic design still remains unchanged,” adds Uwe Fischer. "These further developments are based on suggestions from users who work with the furniture. COR wants to continue to offer them more design perspectives. The modular design concept of Affair allows precisely that." Versions: Individual design plus accentuation of individual sections; in fabric and leather; MDF storage panels in lacquer colours.